For the first time in years, executives across the country may be able to stop gnashing their teeth over the cost of Sarbanes-Oxley.

In the coming weeks, the Securities and Exchange Commission is expected to ease some of the SOX corporate compliance rules, especially those that affect smaller businesses. Specifically, the changes to �404 of SOX will center on defining how deeply an audit firm needs to delve when evaluating a company’s internal controls.

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